Or something like that.
I am officially no longer a student, and instead a self-employed freelancer! Kellan and I will be moving into an apartment into Austin, Texas come August, and until then, I am in a little limbo living with family. It's okay though-- gives me a moment to catch my breath and organize myself.
Clearly, no new art to show at the moment, but I do have a few pictures from festivities at the beginning of June.
At the beginning of the weekend, we attended the Communications Arts show, which was organized by the school and consisted of works from Illustration, Graphic Design, Advertising, and Sequential Art. Here are pictures of Kellan and me with our accepted works:
Then, the next night, we had our Illustration Senior Show, which for me was an extremely wonderful culmination of all the relationships, experiences, and growth I have experienced over the last four years in the Illustration department. My parents were able to meet my professors, as well, which was really nice, because they had some very kind words to say about my work. I will miss all those lovely folks from Morris Hall! I only wish I had appreciated the community more when it was readily available.
Me and my work!
My dear friend, Casey Crisenbery
My lovely roommate, Catherine Fontenot!
Aaaand my super-talented love, Kellan Stover
The next day, we turned our tassels and were declared graduates! It was a long, hot, emotional, and overwhelming day that I will never forget and will hold dearly to me for the rest of my life. These people have touched me in so many ways over the years, and I owe them so much. Here are a couple pictures:
Procession into the graduation auditorium.
SCAD's president, Paula Wallace, and our commencement speaker, Whoopi Goldberg.
The Savannah College of Art and Design Class of 2011.
Kellan and I in our caps and gowns
And again in our fancy outfits
Some illustration loves-- Seo Kim and Josh Heinsz
And now I'm back in Texas! Since then, I have mailed out almost 650 postcard mailers and am an established member of the Square Carousel Illustration Collective-- a group created by Josh (seen above) that consists of 10 cohesive illustration students. Check out our site!
That's all for now! More updates soon. =)